Kate Gray | Colliers International | Adelaide

Kate Gray

BEc, B.Comm



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Professional Summary

Kate joined Colliers International in 2013 as Associate Director. She has over 6 years experience in property research within the South Australian market and has conducted primary research into the retail and suburban office markets. Kate writes and speaks regualry on commercial property trends in the South Australian market.


B. Economics

B. Commerce




Service Lines
Property Type
Office, Industrial, Retail
Featured Research
22 Oct 2020
Retail Research and Forecast Report | Second Half 2020
In this report, we investigate how the consumer, the retailer and the landlord are continuing to adapt and evolve to the changing retail landscape and what this means for the future of retail.
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9 Jun 2020
Retail Research and Forecast Report | First Half 2020
The retailing world has been turned upside-down as a result of the spread of COVID-19 and the shutdowns required to contain the spread.
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26 Sep 2018
Metro Office H2 2018 RFR
Australia’s 3 largest cities are forecast to be the fastest growing cities in the developed world between 2025 and 2030.
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Featured News
23 Nov 2020
Connection is Key
As the pandemic has unfolded, so much has been written that the office is now superfluous to needs. We can all take our laptops and move to our dining table and not see a drop in productivity. And this was the case in the early part of the pandemic, because we had no other choice. Many were concerned about job security and therefore worked twice as hard and most likely longer hours to make up for the crisis.
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22 Oct 2020
Fashion retailers fare well from COVID
Retail business and consumer confidence in Australia remains solid and rebounding, despite the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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13 Jun 2018
Strong population growth driving Australian Retail
Confidence remains high in Australia’s retail sector, with both investment and spending remaining robust, supported by high population growth, new technology and the rise of online retail sector.
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